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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 30, 1971

Successful petition drive shows Taylor
facing uphill fight to retain SGC seat

NEW FOCUS:
Ecological trends shift
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ly the House UnAmerican Activi-
ties Committee, maligned the na-
ture of the Peoples' Peace Con-
ference. The recall committee also
charges that Taylor registered
names and faces with HISC, which
publishes such information to pro-
vide an easy index of left "sub-
versives."
The recall committee says HISC
decided the Peace Conference was
dominated by "Communists and
Trotskyists" b e f o r e conducting
hearings. They further point out
that the student electorate over-
whelmingly adopted the Peoples'
Peace Treaty-the raison d'etre of
the Peace Conference-in the same
election that brought Taylor in
office.
Taylor claims that 70 per cent
of the students who voted for him
did not vote for the Peace Treaty.
In response to charges of in-
accuracy in his testimony, Taylor
answers, "To the best of my knowl-
edge, it is all true."
Specially, the recall committee
is upset over Taylor's testimony
concerning Brian Spears. a recent
education school graduate, and
Robert Williams, a black militant
currently a research fellow in the
Chinese Studies Center.
Spears' job-hunting efforts, they
charge, could be hurt because of
Taylor's HISC testimony. Williams
faces extradition to North Caro-
lina on a "contrived' charge of
kidnapping, and the recall commit-

tee believes any adverse publicity
would hurt his case.
Taylor says his testimony was
"no big deal," claiming all the in-
formation he submitted was pre-
viously available through the
media. The recall committee de-
nies this.
A member of the conservative
Young Americans for Freedom
(YAF), Taylor first came to
HISC's attention because of news
stories he filed with the YAF Free
Campus News Service.
Earlier this term, Taylor leaf-
letted the campus, claiming he
would have faced jail if he had not
testified. Now Taylor does not
make this claim.
The recall committee charges
Taylor was, in fact, a helpful wit-
ness, who submitted numerous
photographs and other printed ma-
terial in addition to required ver-
bal testimony.
Taylor has maintained through-
out the recall drive that the recall
committee was made of "selfish
opportunists" out to get his SGC
seat for themselves."
The committee members say
they "disclaim any interest in SGC
seats." They identify themselves
as Black; Bruce Rockwell, '74;
Geoffrey Hall, '75 RC; Frank
Shoichet, 71; Cynthia Katz, '73;
Nancy Federoff, '71; David Horn-
stein, '74; and Jim Maraldo, '72.
Last week, in an apparent
counter attack, Taylor demanded

Black resign from his seat on U" Ut/ qUNi t' ( NC/ e3 ih/A/ G t.".. G El7NU
Central Student Judiciary (CSJ)
because "it is not proper for a (Continued from Page 1) enact environmental legislation be-
member of the Judiciary to lead Jobs, too, are changing. Besides cause of the abundance of bills,
the recall of a member of the a big switch from ;industrial to the shallow public attention, and
executive - legislative branch. It independent occupations, people the lack of cohesion among envir-
violates the concept of separation are turning once again to agri- onmentalists._
of powers." culture. Another evening during Ecology
"That's an absurdity," Black One ecologist points out that as Week was spent showing slides of
replied. "It's like saying Warren consumption decreases, the econ- the organic garden on North Cam-
Burger can't vote." Black further omy will be affected as more peo- pus. In fact. the organic garden
noted there are constitutional ple. will be put out of work and itself was again designed to show a
provisions whereby he will excuse more will be forced to find a life- different life style one can par-
himself if a case involving either style in which they can live on ticipate in.
Taylor or the recall committee less money. A day was also devoted to re-
comes before CSJ. Ann Arbor's r e c e n t Ecology cycling-another activity which is
Taylor's most vehement counter Week seems to have reflected becoming increasingly practiced
charge thus far has been that the many of the community's feelings, on an individual level.
recall campaign is an effort to Unlike the vogue teach-ins, Ecol- Finally, a 12 mile bike hike and
"deprive me of my right of free ogy Week attracted a different type foot hike expressed peoples' sup-
speech." of person. port of other modes of transporta-
However, the recall committee, Most who attended the various tion besides the automobile.
counters. "To attend a political events were interested in learning - ----- -- -------- -- -
gathering to exercise one's rights ways to actively live ecologically-
is one thing: to be named, de- sound lives.
scribed as a Communist dupe, The week opened with a Street
cross-indexed and smeared by the Fair. which was an example of
f o r m e r UnAmerican Activities "how nice a street could be with-
Committee is quite another." out cars," according to an organ-

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Taylor will not resign his SGC
seat, he indicated yesterday, be-
cause to do so would be to admit
the legitimacy of the charges.
Nevertheless, Tayler feels be-
seiged. At last Thursday's SGC
meeting Taylor introduced a mo-
tion to hold the recall election
Oct. 12, but it was defeated.
He says he wishes to "clear my
name right away." But he ear-
lier expressed the belief he has
a greater chance of losing a spe-
cial October SGC election than
the regular November election.
NEWSPAPERS
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izer.
Following this came a legislative
"Awareness" night, during which
people could meet with State Rep.
Ray Smit (R-Ann Arbor) and dis-
cuss local issues.
It was brought out in the dis-
cussion, however, that it is becom-
ing increasingly more difficult to

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LSA initiates coffee hours;
students meet Dean Rhodes

ALICE COLTRANE
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OCT. 2AND 3 Sat. 10-3
Sunday Matinee 4 P.M.
Evening 9-12
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these things can be springboards
for meaningful discussions about
LSA "
Lisa Robock, '74, expressed the+
sentiment of the students who at-;
tended. "Now when I have some-
thing to say about LSA," she said,
"I will have a place to go to dis-
cuss them with professors and the
Dean."
- Among those who attracted a
gathering was religion Prof. Da-
vid Freedman, who generated a
lively conversation when he as-
serted that "reli --on is the only
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Day Calendar
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
Physics Seminar: W. Hanle, Physics
Inst., Univ. Geisseu, Germany, "Some-
thing Old and New About Level Cross-
ing," P&A Colloquium Rm., 4 pm.
School of Music: Ralph Herbert,
baritone, Paul Boylan, piano, Rackham
Lect. Hall, 8 pm.
General Notices
Applications for LSA Scholarships for
Coming Winter Term available in 1220!
Angell Hall; applicants must have 3.0
grade point in LSA; awards based pri-
marily on need; completed applications
must be returned by Oct. 8, 1971.
St. Joseph Mercy Hosp. needs Adult
Volunteers: orientation classes will be
held Oct. 4-6 in the morning at the
hosp.;,register by calling the Volun-
teer Ofc. at 665-4141/
Campus Crusade for Christ fall con-
ference, Oct. 1-3. For further informa-
tion call 769-3697.
Arts Chorale, Sept. 30, 3:00 PM, Aud.
C Angell Hall, Auditions for tenors,
baritones, and basses.
Bach Club, Sept. 30, 8:00 PM, South
Quad West Lbunge. Featuring Donald
Sosin (piano) performing Bach, Scho-
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Men's A~olleyball Club organizational
meeting, Sept. 30, 8:00 PM, Michigan
Union. Practice times are 7:30-9:00
Man, Wed, Thurs.
Women's Volleyball Club, Sept. 30.
7:00 PM, Barbour Gym,
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Freedman also discussed with
students what he called the "im-
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on Studies in Religion, which is
an inter - departmental program
within the Literary college.

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